This in-depth drama demonstrates a mother and daughter-in-law who experience a variety of ups and downs with a lot of mixed feelings.
Runtime: 40 minutes
The Mother and Daughter-in-Law - Incest in the Bible - Netflix
Incest in the Bible refers to sexual relations between certain close kinship relationships which are prohibited by the Hebrew Bible. These prohibitions are found predominantly in Leviticus 18:8-18 and 20:11-21, but also in Deuteronomy. The biblical categories of prohibited relationships does not entirely match the modern definitions of prohibited incestuous relations in force in various countries or of the various Christian denominations. (see Affinity (canon law) and Laws regarding incest.) A few books of the Bible, particularly the early parts of the Torah, contain narratives in which certain individuals, from the same family as one another, engage in sexual intercourse together; while this could be construed as incest, endogamy is an alternative interpretation. The Bible does not, for example, forbid cousins from marrying, but it does prohibit sexual relations with several other close relatives. Lord actually commands female Israelis to marry their cousins on their fathers' side in the book of Numbers.
The Mother and Daughter-in-Law - Notes - Netflix
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